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HEAVENER HALL, UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, gainesville, florida
SCHENKELSHULTZ ARCHITECTURE, orlando, florida,
in association with ROBERT A.M. STERN ARCHITECTS, new york city
Aerial rendering and site plan, facing page, show how prominently the new building addresses the busy intersection and functions as a gateway to
campus. Renderings courtesy of SchenkelShultz Architecture.
Heavener Hall, the new home of
the Warrington College of Business
program, is located at the ceremonial
gateway to the University of Florida's
main campus. The $22.8 million
building occupies a highly visible site
in the University's historic district.
It sits between Bryan and Matherly
Halls, both of which are listed on the
National Register of Historic Places.
The architects worked closely with the
State of Florida and the Campus Historic
Preservation Committee to design
the building to complement the size,
style and height of adjacent structures.
The exterior reflects the University's
Collegiate Gothic architectural style,
characterized by red brick, clay roofing
tile, limestone and white-painted wood.
The building provides a 21st century,
innovative learning environment that
reflects the hands-on, collaborative
nature of today's business environment.
The 57,000-gross square-foot facility
includes classrooms, study rooms,
academic advisement areas, student
commons, informal collaborative zones,
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Heavener Hall, University of Florida
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